Random Act

20 May 19
Freelancer's Book

 Digital MarketingTest Answers 1. Why is the subject line of any email campaign important? a. It gives the person an opportunity to delete the email before reading it b. It is all the receiver sees besides the email address until they open the email c. It let the receiver know they are about to be […]

20 May 19
Observe Life by Alessandra

Lateral thinking helps to develop new approaches and to view difficult problems differently. Lateral thinking is the solution of problems through an indirect and creative approach. It seeks new ways of looking at a problem rather than proceeding by logical steps. It is also concerned with breaking out of the concept presence of old ideas.  […]

20 May 19
Stabroek News

Dear Editor,  Over the years I’ve repeatedly penned my concerns regarding farmers lacing their produce, mainly fruits and vegetables, with chemicals and putting it on the market without giving the produce time for the chemicals to work themselves out.  Under the previous administration and this present one, I’ve complained but those responsible failing to act or addressing this issue properly. Today, […]

20 May 19
One Day at a Time: Chasing Dreams, Facing Fears

As we head into next week, let’s try and think of three things we are thankful for. Second, let’s make someone’s day a little better by practicing a random act of kindness- paying a compliment, buying someone’s coffee.. Share how this experience goes in the comments below! And I’ll share mine as well. Have a […]

20 May 19
House of Resource

When hand sewing, I will sometimes sew through the first layer of skin and find myself physically attached to the project!  I was delighted the first time that this happened and I still get a giggle of surprise from it.  I decided to create a tiny ceremonial act of sewing myself to something that I love in my world.  Naturally, when I set off to deliberately sew through my skin and into the environment, I was delighted all over again!

20 May 19

Contributed by Arvind Thapliyal Singh & Associates “What is legitimate expectation? Obviously, it is not a legal right. It is an expectation of a benefit, relief or remedy that may ordinarily flow from a promise or established practice. The term ‘established practice’ refers to a regular, consistent predictable and certain conduct, process or activity of […]

20 May 19
mybookishblogspot

Never Be Broken by Sarah Hilary   Headline  May 16th 2019 Children are dying on London’s streets. Frankie Reece, stabbed through the heart, outside a corner shop. Others recruited from care homes, picked up and exploited; passed like gifts between gangs. They are London’s lost. Raphaela Belsham is killed. She’s thirteen years old, her father is a man […]